Monday, November 19th 2012

Antec Three Hundred Two AB Starts Selling

Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, announced today that the British e-commerce retailer Ebuyer.com exclusively sell the new version of Antec's popular Gaming chassis, the Three Hundred Two AB. The case is available at Ebuyer.com for £59.30 incl. VAT.

The Three Hundred Two AB is the ideal mid-tower chassis for enthusiasts on a budget. At a very competitive price, the case features eight expansion slots, eleven drive bays (3 x tool-less 5.25in, 6 x tool-less 3.5in, and 2 x 2.5 inch), 170mm of clearance for the CPU cooler, and 318mm for up to three large graphics cards. The all-black chassis comes with a perforated front bezel and two cooling fans, one at the rear and one at the top, with space for a further four. The Three Hundred Two AB also supports ATX, microATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards. It has two USB 3.0 ports on the front and features four cable management holes, three down the right side of the motherboard tray and one for the main PSU cable. The case includes two easily accessed dust filters, one accessed from the side for the PSU and the other behind the front panel.

"We are very pleased to offer our partner Ebuyer.com this exclusive opportunity to sell the new Three Hundred Two AB in the UK", says Barry Loynes, UK & Ireland Country Manager. "We always listen to our customer and reviewer feedback and we are very happy that we can now offer this popular case with an all-black interior finish."

Pricing and Availability
The new Antec Three Hundred Two AB is priced at £59.30 (incl. VAT), and exclusively available in the UK through Ebuyer.com.
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10 Comments on Antec Three Hundred Two AB Starts Selling

#1
No_Asylum
I love my Antec 300. When you first look at it, you think, its nothing special. Just an ordinary cheap case. But then, you start installing stuff in it, and you realize how amazing it really is. This actually 'looks' incredible, so I can only imagine what it will be like to work with.
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#2
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
I have never been fond of antec cases. They were all the rage when the first 900 and 1200 came out.
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#3
Dj-ElectriC
Cable management on the first 300 was freaking horrible.
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#4
remixedcat
I have the three hundred two and It actually is a nice case. was pretty easy to work with. I love the fact the PSU is on the bottom and it has filters. It's also nice looking as well. I hate gawdy "gamer" cases.
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#5
Fourstaff
At £60 its going to have pretty stiff competition.
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#6
remixedcat
I got mine for like 56 bucks at microcenter!
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#7
KissSh0t
I still use the "Original" version of the gamer Nine Hundred case, and still love it..

Antec make good cases.
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#8
Oblivion-330
Antec needs to make a case just like the 300 with the top of the case lengthened (above the mobo) for support for top rad + fan mounting. Couple that with 2 140mm & 120mm in one top fan mounts and you have a nice little setup on the cheap. I have one of the very first batches of the antec 300 and it is a modders dream case, its cheap so you have no regrets going crazy with it and alot of fun can be had.
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#9
drdeathx
by: Dj-ElectriC
Cable management on the first 300 was freaking horrible.
Nope. :slap:
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